Posts Tagged ‘Orange Moon’

Orange Moon Plants Platforming Flag On Early Access

I was quite taken with Orange Moon [official site], a 2D action-platformer with RPG elements, when I first stumbled across it last year. It’s now made its way onto Early Access and, while it’s not quite as far along as I’d hoped, it’s still showing lots of potential. Echoing the tough-as-nails roguelike sidescrollers of yesteryear, it’s a game about exploring a foreign planet where everything is, obviously, out to get you. In its current state, it offers five levels, five weapon types and 49 upgrades, alongside several enemy forms and a smattering of puzzles. Here’s how some that looks in motion:

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Explore The Orange Moon In Action-Platformer’s Demo

Orange Moon [official site] is a 2D platformer that’s part action, part RPG, and part roguelikelike. As an inquisitive astronaut-cum-explorer, you set out for the titular Orange Moon in search of new life and natural resources. As these things tend to go, you’re met with a far harsher environment than first expected (seriously, does any planning go into these expeditions?) with threatening native life, perilous terrain, and shit-loads of traps and contraptions to overcome. Take a look for yourself below:

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